Things have been busy lately but you won’t know it by looking at our blog. Below are a few quick updates on some projects of note… More later, we promise.
In other news, BuildGreen Atlantic is shaping up to be an excellent event. Peter Yost from BuildingGreen.com and GreenBuildingAdvisor.com will be headlining the Residential Stream of the conference. ThermalWise will also be presenting on how LEED for Homes applies to larger residential projects; we’ll be using a multi-unit affordable housing project in Fredericton as a case-study. Visit the website to learn more.
Last but not least, congratulations to Sara Jellicoe for being accepted into Dalhousie University’s Architecture Program! Sara was a NSYCC crew member last summer at ThermalWise.
We’ve finished pre-drywall inspections on two residential projects that are targeting LEED for Homes certification: an Interhabs-built private residence in Baddeck, NS, and the Sustainable Cabin Project currently at Holland College in Slemon Park, PEI, but destined for North Granville, PEI.
Here are a few photos of the projects and a video (thanks to UPEI) about the Sustainable Cabin Project :